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Gio Pistone.

_On Malloru

_The Infinite Universe

_Firefly _Horse _Bear _Eagle _Cat


The artist immerses himself in the territory by analyzing the ancient Sardinian traditions, intertwining them with the taurocatapsia and with the Dionysian feasts of thiasus, as well as with the images of the Gods depicted with the bull's head.

The installation, the artist's first experience, represents the large head of the malloru - bull - inside which it is possible to enter to scrutinize the landscape from the eyes.

The mural depicts a large eight-shaped horse representing infinity, surrounded by the cyclical nature of the moon phases and constellations, the phoenix, a symbol of death and rebirth, and the snake Ouroboros, also representative of infinity.

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